Kourtney Kardashian opened up on how she and boyfriend Scott Disick are enjoying time with little Mason as well as how she's being pushed to enroll the little tyke into preschool.
The celeb couple took in a Black Keys show on Monday, and took some time afterward to speak to Us Magazine about how they are handling parenthood.
'I love to read to him, we take baths together and take walks. We just have a lot of fun," she told Us Magazine after the show.
Those are all wonderful and very average things to do with a child. It seems at least while parenting she's quite low-key and down to earth. It's these early years that count so much to the children and parents, and it's wonderful that she's so hands on with him, rather than relying on a series of nannies to do these outings.
Scott has been more hands on as well now that Mason isn't as fragile as he once was. To Scott's delight, Mason already has developed an interest in cars.
"He has begun to find an interest in cars, which is my passion. I show him cars and he plays in them and gets in and opens the doors. For me, it is exciting since it seems like he will really like cars later in life, which will be my dream come true," he told Us Magazine.
The couple seem to be wonderfully involved parents, and that's such a refreshing thing to see in Hollywood. Seems that little Mason will be pretty cool and down to earth when he gets bigger at this rate.
There is, however, one thing that Kourtney's unsure about. It seems that there are a number of people that are pressuring her to enroll Mason in preschool at his tender age.
"I don't know how I feel about that yet. Everyone is pushing him to go." She, however added, "I think he can wait."
Preschool before the age of three or four doesn't sound like such a great idea. Basically all they do is get cared for and play with other kids, which is important, no doubt, but he can do all of that on play dates and still remain with his parents, who he likely would prefer to be with. There's plenty of time for her to get him into preschool, but these early years only happen once and they go by in an instant.
What do you think? Is it a bit soon to think about Mason going to preschool, or are the people pushing for that right? Weigh in below.